James Kneebone

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James Kneebone is a Research Associate at the Florence School of Regulation. He is a specialist on European hydrogen policy and the wider drive to decarbonise the European gas sector. James’s recent publications have covered infrastructure planning for hydrogen transportation, hydrogen financing mechanisms in the EU, as well as the issue of ensuring justice in the development of renewable hydrogen trade with African stakeholders. Prior to joining the FSR, James worked in DG ENER of the European Commission, where his primary areas of work were security of supply and the EU Methane Strategy.

James holds an MSc in International Development from Utrecht University and a BSc in Liberal Arts and Sciences from University College Maastricht, although his studies also included stays at the University of Sydney and Universidad de la Habana. James has ethnographic fieldwork research experience from Havana, Cuba, where he investigated bottom-up economic development models.

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